Pacchia was an Italian F1RWRS team notable for using the particular Coswojuddhartlambo engine for the entirety of its existence, making the team name with the engine's name synonymous with the original name, as it was assembled by the Italian team out of old bits of Cosworth, Judd, Hart and Lamborghini Formula One engines "glued" together with some original parts added on later revisions of the engine, the package being surprisingly competitive in its first season. The team was founded by Luca Pacchiarini, who was also the team's driver (the team approached Andrea Montermini, but the move was critized by the media and evantually turned down by Montermini, something that also happened with Acuri Autosport when approaching Adrian Sutil for Acuri) although the team eventually also employed Ashley Watkinson, Nicolas Steele and Dougal Kerr as second and/or third drivers. After the major changes brought to the series for the 2013 season, the first ever privateer team in the series went bankrupt, unable to adapt to the new regulations, although the engine manufacturing facility still operates to this day. However, they would have one last laugh, winning their first race at the 2012 F1RWRS Chinese Grand Prix.
|2010||Pacchia LP-01||Coswojuddhartlambo V.1||GER||LUX||SAX||CHN||TAS||BHR||BEL||GBR||AUS||43||5th|
|2011||Pacchia LP-02||Coswojuddhartlambo V.2||BAV||GER||SAX||LUX||BEL||GBR||ENG||KEN||NED||TAS||AUS||NSW||SUR||CHN||USA||16th||16|
|2012||Pacchia LP-03||Coswojuddhartlambo V.3||BAV||SAX||GER||LUX||BEL||NED||GBR||KEN||ENG||TAS||SUR||NSW||AUS||CHN||USA||500||=11th||17|
Later use of the Pacchia engines
In the same year of Pacchia's final year in F1RWRS, the Pacchia/Coswojuddhartlambo V.3 engine would be later used by Trueba Racing Team in Street Racing League. Giovanna Amati brought the car to the twelfth place in Brazilian race, and never qualified since, before the evantual collapse of the series.
The Pacchia engines has been used in other racing series, and the engine manufacturing facility is still operating to this day, with supervision of Mr. Pacchiarini. The V.4 engine was used by the Donkervoort Automobielen team in the non-championship 2014 Luxembourg Grand Prix. The team attempted to enter F1RWRS, but later withdraw the proposal. An improved version of the engine, V.5, is being made available to the F1RWRS teams in 2016.